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March 28, 1998, midnight
Twenty-five men and one woman have applied to become Spokane's next police chief. That's about what city officials expected when they advertised the post late last year, Assistant City Manager Dorothy Webster said Friday.
Serial Killer Task Force Still Seeking Leads Detectives Have Received 920 Tips Since November; No Solid Leads On Killer Of Six WomenMarch 28, 1998, midnight
A task force chasing Spokane's serial killer has received 920 tips on the case, and it's asking for more. On Friday, commanders of the joint city-county task force renewed their request for fresh leads. "We're still in the business of putting together vast quantities of information," sheriff's Capt. Doug Silver said. "We want as much information as we can get. Someone out there has the information that will help solve this."
March 27, 1998, midnight
A former Eastern Washington University student who claims a respected professor sexually assaulted her is suing him and the school. April Strader, who graduated with honors in 1996, filed a civil lawsuit this week in Spokane County Superior Court. She is seeking unspecified damages from EWU and William Daniel Perdue, a former sociology professor at the university.
March 25, 1998, midnight
Law officers in Australia talk with their counterparts in Spokane on Tuesday during a satellite conference. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review